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:00 p.m., just four hours from now potentially 30s up into the north bay. santa rosa, 36. livermore, 37. san jose, 32. with temperatures like this at 10:00 p.m., it is going to go down colder by tomorrow morning. with those clear skies. the most critical spot for tomorrow morning is the north bay. that's where we'll see temperatures drop the most. you're under the freeze warning as we head throughout our wednesday morning. especially here in yontville, to napa, also toward sonoma and back into santa rosa, again, where the temperatures will drop the most as we head throughout the next 12 to 18 hour period. coming up in the full forecast, we'll detail who will hit the 20s in about 15 minutes. >> thank you, jeff, see you then. the coverage of the cold snap continues online. click on the weather tab which is right on the front page. and go to maps and radar. there you can follow the cold snap moving in on the jet stream page then check in on the weather alerts and send us your weather photos. all of this, do it at nbcbayarea.com. >>> we're following another developing story at this hour. to
air aloft. how about some snow close to the bay area. there's santa rosa. there's the rain/snow line as we head throughout friday morning at this point. we're going to continue to track some low snow as we head through friday's forecast. >> imagine taking a christmas tree with your smart phone and then having it delivered right to your front door. it's possible thanks to uber and home depot teaming it up to make it happen. a couple of catch, though. service is available in ten cities across the country. san francisco is one of them. also, you can only do it tomorrow between 11:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. while trees are still available. how does it work? order a 7 to 8 foot tree and it will be delivered to your door within minutes. costs? $135. >> well, coming up, the president makes his case to the american public, not just for obama care but for why you need federal programs. we have the reality check next. also -- >> it's five feet tall and loaded with technology. i'm scott budman. coming up, a very first look at the security guard of the future. >>> the man accused of killing another o
going to be chilly with 36 in santa rosa. napa also at 37. walnut creek at 42. again, some of the coldest air arriving as we head throughout wednesday morning. the other thing we're going to have to deal with here is that wind. beginning to ramp up tonight at the coastline. as we head throughout tuesday in the north bay, the peninsula, also for parts of the south bay, we could see wind gusts anywhere from 15 to 30 miles per hour. not only cool, but blustery across the bay. here's what you can expect. the worst of the chill to arrive as we head throughout wednesday. also thursday morning. and you can see it's going to be for the north bay and also the east bay where temperatures will likely range 25 to 32 degrees. remember to dress in layers. seems like common sense. just a couple of layers when you're starting off with temperatures in the 30s can make a huge difference for us. we'll get some more on the sierra winter weather advisory coming up. i want to get a look at our microclimate forecast. what you're going to find across the bay is tomorrow, again, it's going to be co
forecast, see by 5:00 p.m. on friday, we'll start to get showers near santa rosa. as we advance this, no snow still yet for the bay area at 11:00 p.m. friday. mainly showers developing. as we head throughout saturday morning, some of the coldest temperatures are around. we'll have moisture left and could get flurries across the east bay and also the south bay. what you'll be able to see as we head throughout 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 in the morning hours owen saturday morning, we may get a little bit of pink close toward morgan hill and south san jose that will be continuing to track. the overall details, the best chance of snow from about 3:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on saturday morning for the east and south bay hills. highest accumulations above 2,500 feet. 1 to 3 inches there. remember, on those valley floors, going to be very slick with a few flurries that may actually touchdown at sea level. on that saturday forecast, stays on the cool side. oh by the way, if you're heading up to lake tahoe, 24 degrees and possibly 1 to 2 feet of snow expected as we head throughout this saturday. get ready. a
overhead. 44 likely one of our coldest in santa rosa. livermore at 47. danville, 45. if you heare heading out of the bay area, winter conditions all around, up toward lake tahoe. into tomorrow morning. we're looking at possibly a foot of snow, ladies. no matter where you go, you're going to get winter weather. finally feels like the holidays in december in the bay area. the past five years i don't think it's been on track. >> it's good, jeff. we're getting used to it. we like it. >>> let's turn things over to sports. jim kozimor joins us from the comcast sportsnet newsroom. going to be dicey this weekend. >> i'm betting diane is going to get on the slopes. i bet she's going to look -- she saw jeff's weather. she's got her boots on. >> you know me well, jim. i am wearing the boots, but i have that job that gets in the way tomorrow. >> all right. darn that job. i hate when it gets in the way. let's talk a little football. it does not get bigger for the 49ers. this sunday's game against the seattle seahawks. all right. the 49ers are not going to win the division, they have to fight for the f
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